[Baypiggies] what to do for our March meeting?
annaraven at gmail.com
Sat Mar 1 01:46:52 CET 2008
Given how many people will be gone to pycon, I'd love to have it be a
meetandgreet/planning session and then we can do more talks when we're
back. If there is a talk, I hope it can be posted on youtube or
On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 11:14 AM, jim stockford <jim at well.com> wrote:
> thanks for the kind words, wesley.
> personally i'm in favor of meet and greet with an
> eye to discussing topics for future meetings.
> (again personally: ) i'm not in favor of cancelling.
> i think it will not be possible to do a good job in
> getting snippets together or preparing an effective
> night for newbies. i could be wrong, i often am.
> On Feb 29, 2008, at 11:01 AM, wesley chun wrote:
> >> so the question is what to do?
> >> * have a meet and greet and perhaps talk out possible future
> >> talks or other local python community issues.
> >> * cancel the meeting.
> >> * other....
> > in the past, we have done:
> > - newbies nite
> > - meet-n-greet (sometimes combined with newbies nite)
> > - moved the meeting 1 week later
> > - recruiters nite -- hiring mgrs and recruiters allowed to take the
> > stage for X minutes each, then collect resumes at the end
> > - with a smaller group, met at a dining establishment and had a late
> > dinner with conversation
> > but, it is rare to cancel meetings. we used to do it more regularly
> > during the early days of the group, but it's just not a common
> > occurrence after 2001since enough Python interest has developed since
> > then where we've always had a "group" of ppl willing to meet.
> > thanks again for all your help in organizing the meetings! you're
> > doing a much better job that i had in the past! :-)
> > cheers,
> > -wesley
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